Imperial Coins offer a complete product and service range unique to the numismatic industry, consistently bringing in an incredible range of quality items complemented with a number of industry-leading services.
Equipped with years of industry knowledge and experience, Imperial Coins are the first and only official PCGS partner in Australia offering a streamlined and easily accessible third party coin grading service. Through their partnership with Cotton & Co., Imperial Coins are the only companies in Australia to offer private coin rolling and coin roll certification.
Each month, Imperial Coins host Australia’s largest online numismatic auction bringing in an incredible range of PCGS graded coins and banknotes including pre-decimal, decimal products from Australia and around the world.
Roxbury’s Auction House was established in 1985 by Bob and Jacquie Innes. As Queensland’s premier collectable and numismatic auction house, Roxbury’s has forged a reputation within the auction industry of the highest service, integrity and professional standards, ensuring consignee’s the very best in service and sales results under the hammer.
With over 35 years experience running in room and now online auctions, Roxbury’s empowers vendors to connect with a global audience to realise the true market value of their collection.
Colonial Coins and Medals are one of Australia’s leading Numismatic companies that prides itself on expertise, professionalism, and it’s bespoke, traditional service. We are a small, cohesive team of numismatists with decades of experience dealing in virtually all aspects of Numismatics; we pride ourselves on our diverse range of interest and expertise, and our multifaceted product on offer is a cornerstone of our business so that we may bring to you, our clients, the best that Numismatics may offer.
When experiencing our website, you will find a wide variety of Categories; foremost we offer Coins, encompassing those such as ancient coins – Greek, Ancient Roman and Byzantine, as well as English and later Great British coins, all world coins, and finally Indian and Islamic Coins. This will include a wide variety of grades and rarities, from types of exceptional quality and price to those that are affordable yet equally as interesting.
A political refugee, Peter Strich came to Australia from Czechoslovakia in 1969. Peter tried several different jobs before his own collecting interests led him to part-time coin and stamp dealing. At first Peter traded at markets but as his stock and clientele expanded he decided to open a shop. In 1979 Peter opened his first store Intersurf Stamps and Coins at Surfers Paradise. Intersurf also traded at Ipswich, then on the advice of Peter’s mentor the very astute Max Stern, Peter and his family made an even bigger and bolder move down south.
From 1989 to 2014 Peter traded as Peter Strich Stamps and Coins in the bustling Metropolis of Melbourne’s CBD, it was here that Peter’s loving and supportive wife Seija and occasionally their unusually gifted and good looking children joined him in the ‘Shop’ as it was affectionately known.
This central location proved to be ideal for the shop. “Philatelic and numismatic hobbyists visited our Melbourne store from all over the world, ” Peter says. “There were not many businesses like ours in the city, so it added a little spice. Being second hand traders we also helped the money go round by buying goods over the counter”.